I’m new here, so apologies if I’m doing something wrong.
I currently find myself unwilling to spend my time at Stack Exchange curating data for the benefit of a profit-driven private company.
Codidact seems to be an upcoming plausible alternative… I’m skeptical it will work for multiple reasons. However, the chess community created https://lichess.org/ and it’s excellent (better, in my opinion, than the non-free sites). So that’s proof of concept right there. So maybe.
Anyway, my question…
Is the plan to reproduce each and every Stack Exchange site?
Some sites, like Stack Overflow, are ludicrously large and therefore dysfunctional, even with large community support. For smaller sites, it’s going to be very hard to attract even a single user who has a clue how to use the site.
Some of the site boundaries might be better off changed. E.g. perhaps there is some benefit in combining Writing with Literature (“Reading and Writing”).